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Gnu indent with C source code (32-bit for OS/2 2.0).
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Gnu indent with C source code (32-bit for OS/2 2.0).
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Contents of the README file


README for GNU indent version 1.3

To install, edit the first part of Makefile ("Configurable things") to
correctly define your local paths. For example, make sure that
`bindir' is set to the directory where you wish to place the executable.

Then type "make" and the executable will be created. Note that minor
configuration is needed to properly read directories, and if this
fails, the `make' process will inform you that you cannot make
numbered backups.

For a slight speedup, you may define one of the alternatives to
the function mymemcpy() in sys.h.

Type "make install" to install the program and info file.

Look at RELEASE-NOTES for changes from the previous version.

Please address bug-reports to [email protected]


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